The Kitáb-i-Aqdas
18It hath been ordained that every believer in God, the Lord of Judgement, shall, each day, having washed his hands and then his face, seat himself and, turning unto God, repeat “Alláh-u-Abhá” ninety-five times. Such was the decree of the Maker of the Heavens when, with majesty and power, He established Himself upon the thrones of His Names. Perform ye, likewise, ablutions for the Obligatory Prayer; this is the command of God, the Incomparable, the Unrestrained.
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Cross-References
Ablutions,   K10, K13, 99, Q18, Q51, Q62, Q66, Q77, Q86, Q91, 145, n16, n33, n34
Repetition of Greatest Name (Most Great Name) 95 times a day,   156, n33, n34
Study Guide
(See Note 33)
What does Alláh-u-Abhá mean in Arabic?
What is it a form of?
Yá Bahá’u’l-Abhá is an invocation meaning what?
When was the greeting Alláh-u-Abhá adopted?
What is to precede the daily saying of Alláh-u-Abhá?
(See Note 34)
Ablutions are to precede which prayers?
(See Question 51, p. 122)
When is warm water used for ablutions?
(Refer to Question 62, p. 125, Question 77, p. 129 and Question 86, p. 132)
When is it not necessary to renew ablutions?
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